Product Number : 63602
Help children learn essential interpersonal problem-solving skills
Designed for use by teachers and counselors
Written by Tracy Zimmerman, illustrated by Steve Barr. Children love to pretend they are detectives solving a mystery by learning to problem solve. Now they can use these same problem-solving skills to solve real life problems! This workbook is designed for use by teachers and counselors to help children learn essential interpersonal problem-solving skills. As children learn to solve real life problems in the workbook, they can begin to apply these same techniques to their own life. Includes CD.
Teaches children a five step problem-solving process, including:
1. Identifying the problem.
2. Gathering the facts.
3. Weighing and comparing alternative solutions.
4. Determining the best solution.
5. Acting on the solution and making changes if necessary.
This workbook is also part of the Common Problems of Childhood Workbook Set.
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